Pl with Anaru
Karakia:-a range of karakia and show the difference between types of karakia, and some that will fit the context of our "multicultural school".
Legends of birds
Karakia's with different birds to go with mana
Importance of different culture
KO WAI Tatou - Importance of Whakapapa
Whakapapa - where you come from, your ancestors come from-
Waters you connect to:
Sea, lake, stream, river
Waters in the placenta
Celebrate everyones genealogy - school could do it as a whole school one day activity or in teams.
Hui - who we are, looking at strengths of tamariki, confirming Whakapapa
There are ways to find more about Whakapapa is through Maori maps https://maorimaps.com/
Iwi maps http://www.tkm.govt.nz/ Your iwi comes under your waka
Korero Tuku Iho - myths
There were Nga Iwi before Tanui
Our Area - The Tainui Waka Area
The worst affected area is waikato & Hauraki, the resources were taken away
MAC- What is the purpose of MAC
Principals put up their hands to change things around to make it work.
It's not about extra time , but evolves over time as a natural, organic process led by tamariki.
Maori role models for maori kids, Karakia & blessings, Kapahaka, Pepeha, mihi
Mihi - welcoming , greetings
Pepeha - is followed by mihi - telling who you are, where are you from
Need to have photos of maori role models with their achievements displayed at school for children to look at as they might not have role models in their family.
Learn 5 new maori words a week.
Start karakia by saying lets pray, say blessings, Mihi at the start start of the day.
Talking to the unsettled children at the start and addressing the issues helps them to settle down.